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DevOps Underground is a community-focused meetup, organizing onsite and online meetups based on latest practices in DevOps and MicroServices domain.

Thanks a lot for all our sponsors for making this possible;

- tyk https://tyk.io

Tyk Open Source API Gateway has now been installed by 10,000’s of businesses. Its fantastic team of engineers, collaborating with the open source community, operating from their offices in London and Singapore, means that Tyk is now deployed into some of the worlds largest enterprises and trusted with mission critical systems in highly regulated industries.

- kloia https://www.kloia.com

Since 2015, kloia provides services towards transition of the legacy workloads to frontline technologies in Cloud, DevOps and Microservices.

kloia has customers in 7 countries from a wide variety of sectors. kloia embraces a free working culture; kloians are geographically spread in 4 countries and three timezones.

- JFrog https://jfrog.com (https://jfrog.com/)

JFrog sets out on their journey in 2008, with the mission to transform the way enterprises manage and release software updates. They’ve realized that the world has changed, and users now expect their software to update continuously, non-intrusively and without them even knowing, this hyper connected world experience can be enabled by automation and an end-to-end solution for software artifacts only. With this in mind, they’ve developed the world’s first universal artifact management platform, ushering in a new era in DevOps – Continuous Updates. Ten years later, with thousands of customers, and millions of users globally, JFrog has become the “Database of DevOps” and de-facto standard in release and update management.

Upcoming events (4)

ONLINE: Influencing DevOps without Authority

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Please do not forget to register from this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIsceCsrj8iHNd2fRGGKrOTUHmPn08a32mH You know about DevOps, you know DevOps is right for your organization, but hey, what can you do? As an individual contributor or a team leader, your authority to transform your organization to DevOps is limited. But your influence is not! In this talk, Baruch will show how some proven influencing and negotiating techniques can be used to convince critical stakeholders in your organization in the necessity of DevOps. We look at the arguments, the techniques, and the small tricks, which work in particular situations with particular engineering and business leadership positions and will prepare you to deliver the message of DevOps most convincingly to each. Baruch has a co-speaker for this talk: Leonid Igolnik, Seasoned Engineering Leader Speaker: Baruch Sadogursky is a co-author of the Liquid Software book, a CNCF ambassador and a passionate conference speaker on DevOps, DevSecOps, digital transformation, containers and cloud-native, artifact management and other topics, and is a regular at the industry’s most prestigious events including DockerCon, Devoxx, DevOps Days, OSCON, Qcon, JavaOne and many others. You can see some of his talks at jfrog.com/shownotes Please do not forget to register from this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIsceCsrj8iHNd2fRGGKrOTUHmPn08a32mH

ONLINE: Getting the Chunk on Top of the Cloud

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Please do not forget to register from this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqfuigqD0uHdVc8821AqqMNGClyF15IvZ- When already used to deploying traditional, monolithic, applications, deployments utilizing microservices on the cloud always constitute a big challenge. Even more so when we are not familiar with what we need to use for which component of the monolithic application, and how we can ensure that current in-place measures for security and compliance are met. Even more so if the decision is to move the application completely to be based on a serverless deployment. This talk will outline the project management process of doing that transition from planning to execution. In the planning phase, we will talk about splitting components among microservices, CI/CD for the transition, understanding the current trends in serverless deployment for such applications, and best practices in order to still meet needed compliance requirements. The architecture styles of each kind of deployment will be discussed in order for attendees to learn about the contrast in both styles, as well as how dev and ops team each come into play at each stage of the process. As a case study, an example based on deploying a monolithic data collection application based on AWS microservices such as Lambda and Redshift will be used towards a more serverless deployment. Attendees will be able to learn the best practices to put in practice in their own use cases and understand more about the benefits of transitioning to a more serverless deployment. With the hands-on demo, attendees will be able to directly put the ideas into practice, as they directly try out the deployments for themselves. This is a talk suitable for any devs and ops considering a more microservices-based, serverless-based deployment from their monolithic application. Speaker: Renaldi Gondosubroto is the Founder and CEO of GReS Studio. He leads the company with a vision of having an interconnected world where businesses and individuals can share big data with each other. Through his passion of developing software and contributing to the opensource community, Renaldi wants to encourage the innovation of new solutions to usher forward and promote a new era of innovations that can be used by everyone. He enjoys sharing his knowledge regarding his experiences within the tech industry with many other people in order to also inspire and put them in the right track for success, both in conferences and in regular everyday situations. Please do not forget to register from this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqfuigqD0uHdVc8821AqqMNGClyF15IvZ-

ONLINE: Unleashing Deploy Velocity with Feature Flags

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Here is the webinar link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEud-iurDIvG9Va2pel8k2Rb3_gbLULj48e A lot of development teams have built out fully automated CI/CD pipelines to deliver code to production fast! Then you quickly discover that the new bottleneck in delivering features is their existence in long-lived feature branches and no true CI is actually happening. This problem compounds as you start spinning up microservices and building features across your multi-repo architecture and coordinating some ultra-fancy release schedule so it all deploys together. Feature flags provide you the mechanism to reclaim control of the release of your features and get back to short-lived branches with true CI. However, what your not told about feature flags in those simple "if/else" getting started demos is that there is an upfront cost to your development time, additional complexities and some pitfalls to be careful of as you begin expanding feature flag usage to the organization. If you know how to navigate these complexities you will start to unleash true velocity across your teams. In this talk, we'll get started with some of the feature flagging basics before quickly moving into some practical feature flagging examples that demonstrate its usage beyond the basic scenarios as we talk about UI, API, operations, migrations, and experimentation. We will explore some of the hard questions around "architecting feature flags" for your organization. Speaker: Travis Gosselin Travis is an accomplished software developer, architect, and periodic speaker. A tech enthusiast and blogger, Travis finds his niche in architecting and working with teams to compose highly automated service-oriented systems both in the cloud and on-premise. Travis currently works as a Principal Software Engineer for SPS Commerce, the world's largest retail network. He has a strong focus on continually learning new architectures and development patterns across different stacks and technologies, but has a special place in his heart for DevOps and making the software development lifecycle (SDLC) more efficient. Here is the webinar link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEud-iurDIvG9Va2pel8k2Rb3_gbLULj48e

ONLINE: Securing Your Web Application Pipeline From Intruders

Please use the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIldeispz8pG9fehNfooWmCO7RkqlBECZUk During the life cycle of a project, it can be easy to build a CI/CD pipeline with just speed and resources in mind. This also makes it easy to leave the security of your pipeline as an afterthought because of how tedious it can be to build a pipeline to begin with. In this talk, we'll look into the different ways an intruder can compromise your pipeline and how you can build in security as you create and update your pipelines. Some things we will consider include how easy it would be for an intruder to get your environment variables, how well defined your permissions are, and if there are any third party services or bugs that could be exploited. We'll look at a comparison of a few CI/CD tools and how you can handle these concerns in their respective ecosystems. By the end of this talk, you should feel comfortable doing a quick pipeline security audit and fixing some security concerns in multiple CI/CD products. Speaker: Milecia McGregor Milecia is a senior software engineer that's worked with JavaScript, Angular, React, Node, PHP, Python, .NET, SQL, AWS, Heroku, Azure, and many other tools to build web apps. She also has a master's degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering and has published research in machine learning and robotics. She started Flipped Coding in 2017 to help people learn web development with real-world projects and she publishes articles covering all aspects of software on several publications, including freeCodeCamp. She also travels around the world speaking at tech conferences about various software engineering topics ranging from machine learning, PWAs, and managing a career in tech. Please use the link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIldeispz8pG9fehNfooWmCO7RkqlBECZUk

Past events (44)

ONLINE: The History of DevOps at Amazon

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